Followers will see a new facet of DJ Carnage in his new documentary “The Price of Greatness,” which premieres Could 18.
“It’s a lot of actually attending to know me in a totally different method that individuals by no means have earlier than,” Carnage instructed Web page Six over the cellphone Thursday. “[Fans] are going to see simply how regular of a particular person I’m.”
He added, “I’m not Mr. Excellent. I’m not a superhero. I simply attempt to be the very best particular person I can [be].”
The documentary explores Carnage’s journey to stardom, in addition to his political efforts, his in depth travels, and his connection to his Hispanic roots.
The EDM star, 29, selected to launch the footage through the pandemic to assist carry pleasure to his followers.
“With everybody being house proper now, individuals want issues which can be going to uplift them,” he stated. “I feel this is the right time.”
The documentary additionally contains never-before-seen footage of Mac Miller and Avicii, who each died in 2018.
“Even now once I watch the video again and again, these components of the movie are all the time my favourite,” he instructed us. “These guys … I actually worth their artwork, what they created. The truth that we grew to become so shut means a lot to me as a result of they have been legends.”
Different cameos embody Swedish Home Mafia, Travis Scott, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Younger Thug, DJ Khaled, Steve Aoki, and extra.